How are perpendicular lines and intersecting lines alike and how are they different?
Some intersecting lines are perpendicular lines.
Take any old pair of intersecting lines. If the angles at the intersection
happen to be 90 degree angles, then the lines are perpendicular lines.
Perpendicular lines are in shape of (most of the time) a plus sign (+) and intersecting lines speak for themselves: the lines intersect with one another. They are alike becuase they both have a vertex (when two or more lines meet; the center where the two or more lines meet). They may be different becuase a perpendicular line always has four right angles (or more), when intersecting lines can have various types of angles. Or…